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In this masterclass on literary curatorship Tundé Adefioye will tackle these topics: How to develop a practice as a freelance curator? How to work around a theme? And how to integrate different art forms and theatric conventions?
In the context of the international talent development program CELA, deBuren and Passa Porta are organizing a unique specialisation course on literary curatorship. In a series of 5 online Zoom masterclasses we are welcoming renowned speakers from the Belgian and Dutch literary field. After a presentation and in some cases an exercise, there will be time for questions and discussion.
Click here for an overview of all masterclasses.
Price per workshop: €5 if you work for a literary organization | €0 for CELA-participants and freelance curators
We want to keep this program accessible for everyone. If your organization does not offer a compensation for your participation, please contact us via email@example.com before 11/05/2021, and we will seek to reserve a ticket for you.
Tundé Adefioye is a performing arts dramaturg and lecturer. He is a Nigerian-American based in Belgium. He co-founded the youth platform Urban Woorden in Leuven (BG) and was awarded the Prize for Cultural Education by the Flemish Government. In 2016, he began working as “city-dramaturg” for KVS in Brussels. He has done dramaturgy for projects including Malcolm X and (Not) My Paradise.
In recent years, he has been delivering lectures and speeches, among others at the 2018 IETM plenary meeting in Portugal, at the Wales Arts International’s conference, at the European Theatre Convention meeting in Dresden. In 2019, he made his directorial debut with Contact Theatre Manchester, with the piece Old Tools > New Masters ≠ New Futures. Additionally, he is a lecturer of Cultural Criticism and US Popular (Black) Visual Culture at St Lucas Antwerp Art college. In 2020 he was co-editor of the VUB Poincaré book Migration, Racism and Equality: 44 Opinions.
CELA (Connecting Emerging Literary Artists) offers a European context to a new generation of literary creators. The only one of its kind in Europe, it brings together 18 emerging authors, 22 emerging translators and 5 emerging literary professionals to show the potential of literature to connect people, to offer a bigger opportunity to small languages and to drive change. Together the participants tackle some of the challenging realities of our age – from increasingly sharp divisions within Europe to a changing book publishing industry – and place them in perspective, share their work, and bridge the gaps between each other, the publishing industry and the European public.
(Learn more in Dutch or in English)
Dit evenement vond plaats op woensdag 12 mei 2021
Via Zoom, ONLINE